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Google Earth aerial of Hudson Square/ West SoHo area; CityRealty Google Earth aerial of Hudson Square/ West SoHo area; CityRealty
Long Island-based Lalezarian Properties is moving ahead with plans to build a 37-unit residential building at 102 Charlton Street in Hudson Square. A recently-approved zoning application filed with the city shows the 15-story tower will dramatically cantilever over its neighboring tenement at 100 Charlton.

According to a 2014-article from TRD, Lalezarian picked up the two-building site in 2010 for $4 million and then listed property for a whopping $50 million four years later. It appears the developer is now pushing forward with their own plans and re-filed new building permits and demolished the western walk-up at 102 Charlton last year. The TRD article notes that the walk-up buildings contained a mix of market-rate and rent controlled units, which may be the reason why both buildings could not be razed and why the structural acrobatics are necessary.
102-Charlton-Street-02 Capture of zoning drawings filed with 102 Chalrton's building application; NYCDOB
Building permits list Ismael Leyva as the executive architects. The 15-floor building will rise just 140-feet to its roof and its 37 units will be spread across 38,400 square feet of residential floor area. Amenities will include bike parking, a lounge and a roof deck with views of the Hudson River.
Signs point to a rental tower which the developer has almost exclusively developed over the past decade. Their newest development, called 507 West Chelsea, is a trio of rental buildings hugging the High Line. Leasing on the project launched several months ago and curent starting prices begin around $3,000/mo.
102-Charlton-023 100 Charlton and the site of 102 Charlton (left); CItyRealty

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